|The Observer as Categoriser - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article concerns the rotation-translation hypothesis. Oscillations in pattern dynamics are shown to produce perspective transformations of motifs and themes. At the kinematic level, this condition has made it possible to extract different perspective orientations. As a result, it is shown that motifs carry intentional cues and locate structurally the observerâs thematic orientation. Since the original text and its translation share highly similar informational invariants, their attractor s...
Keywords: translation; synthetic; proposition; structure; invariance; accusation; dependency; displacement; real time; imaging; holophor; interview
|Den dolda storheten i Dvärgen - Inger Bierschenk|
This study concerns The Dwarf (Dvärgen) by Pär Lagerkvist. The author wanted to give his tribute to the Renaissance masters by letting the dwarf express his scorn and contempt for humanism. Further, Lagerkvist wanted to characterize the greatness and lowness of Man through the prince and his innate dwarf. It is a general conception that the prince character in this novel has retrieved properties from Machiavelli’s Prince...
Keywords: duality; mentality; holophor; language space; perspective transformation; fiction; The Dwarf; Pär Lagerkvist
|Cycles and Oscillations in Text Processing - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The classical research operations in the cognitive sciences concern categorisations as well as classifications, which strongly have been influenced by nomological approaches. As a consequence, information processing has been explained with reference to syntactic-semantic models. Because of an absence of structural implications, personal interpretations have had great impact on the presentation of results of relevance to the cognitive sciences...
Keywords: AaO paradigm; recursive phase singularities; physical mechanics; point attractors; clusters; Block analysis; holotop; holophor; terminal points; perspective transformation; deep; shallow; natural groups; connection matrix
|Degrees of Consciousness in the Communication of Action and Events on the Visual Cliff - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article has its focus on the consciousness of dizygotic twins in their communication of actions and events as perceived on the visual cliff In the process of communication many different state spaces are generated. From a methodological point of view, it is demonstrated that the ecological and biophysical properties of language produce unique morphological profiles. Based on experimental data, collected from a male and a female pair, kinetic and kinematic invariants have been extracted...
Keywords: natural periods; AaO formula; dyzygotic twins; visual cliff; pictures; narration; becoming; textual agent; textual objective; ESS; effect size; text mass; text length; text flows; holotop; holophor